Beginning December 16, 2020, our Immunization Clinic will close
until further notice to assist with the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine to the
community. If you need a flu vaccine, please contact your health care provider,
federally qualified health center or retail pharmacy.
about service changes at Columbus Public Health due to COVID-19 here. Click here to view upcoming
Columbus Public Health's Immunization Program offers immunizations and education for children and adults. Immunization Clinic hours are listed below.
Call to make an appointment or leave a message.
Columbus Public Health
Monday: 8 a.m.-4:15 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m.-4:15 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m.-11:15 a.m.
Thursday & Friday: 8 a.m.-4:15 p.m.
Clinic may stop taking patients early if it becomes full.
What To Bring For Your Visit
- Vaccination record (your doctor can fax records to 614 645-1784)
- Insurance Card
- I.D. Card (parent's I.D. if insurance is in parent's name)
- Any custody or guardianship papers
- Co-pay* (if there is one)
*Co-pay due at time of service
More about vaccine fees
Payment Types Accepted
- Credit Card (Visa, Master, Discovery)
- Debit Card
- Insurance - Insurance cards must be presented at time of service, and will be accepted if the patient is eligible for coverage. To use an insurance card you must present photo ID.
Accepted Insurance and more information
Other Immunization Resources
Project L.O.V.E. (Love Our Kids...Vaccinate Early!)
Area Partnership to assure that Franklin County 2 year-olds are fully immunized. Offers immunization services in community.
Provides education and outreach for adults and children and limited free adult flu vaccine for those who qualify.
MOBI (Maximizing Office Based Immunization) - 614-645-1479
For healthcare providers - Free one-hour in-office CE quality improvement program by trained vaccine experts.
IQIP (Immunization Quality Improvement for Providers) - 614-645-1479
For healthcare providers - Free confidential chart-review process which assesses immunization rates for a practice.